2019 NYC Public Advocate Special Election Results

Posted By NYC Newswire

Councilman, Jumaane Williams is New York City’s new Public Advocate, after garnering 33% of the vote, from a field of 17 candidates. Williams will run again in June for the primaries, and it is not yet known which candidates will give it another shot.

See the final Public Advocate Special Election results below:

Jumaane Williams (It’s Time Let’s Go): 33.30%

Eric Ulrich (Common Sense): 18.80%

Melissa Mark-Viverito (Fix the MTA): 11.02%

Michael Blake (For The People): 8.29%

Ydanis Rodriguez (Unite Immigrants): 6.10%

Dawn Smalls (No More Delays): 4.10%

Rafael Espinal Jr. (Livable City): 3.24%

Ron Kim (No Amazon): 2.86%

Daniel O’Donnell (Equality For All): 2.85%

Benjamin Yee (Community Strong): 2.61%

Nomiki Konst (Pay Folks More): 2.33%

Helal A. Sheikh (Friends of Helal): 1.25%

David Eisenbach (Stop REBNY): 0.79%

Manny Alicandro (Better Leaders): 0.75%

Anthony Tony Herbert (Residents First): 0.73%

Latrice Walker (Power Forward): 0.57%

Jared Rich (Jared Rich for NYC): 0.23%

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